We can assist your business free up cash in your invoices with our debtor finance options to help your business grow.
Why Debtor finance?
- As your business grows, the finance facility grows with it
- Unlike overdrafts, you do not require real estate security
- Is a self-liquidating facility, meaning that your business is not taking on any additional debt
- A stand-alone facility that can be separated from your other Bank borrowings and Bank security
- Fast access to your debtor’s outstanding invoices – no more waiting 30, 60 or 90 days
How it works?
Debtor finance can be disclosed or undisclosed to your customers. You have the option to have a full ledger facility (where all invoices are subject to the debtor finance arrangement) or other arrangements where you only require a selective invoicing facility. So you can send through as many or a few invoices as you need.
Who would use Debtor Finance?
Any business may have a use for debtor finance. It can be particularly useful is you are in a growth phase or you debtors keep extending their payment terms to you. Because the invoices are used as the security by the financier the credit approval process is streamlined. This is because the financier looks at the strength of the debtor rather than you.
What percentage of the Debtors Invoice can be financed?
In some cases up to 90% of the approved value of invoices (subject to credit approval*) can be financed, less fees, within 24 hours of processing.
What security is generally required?
The financier uses the invoice as security. The financier will take a fixed charge over the Debtors of your business. In the majority of cases you do not need to provide any other form of security therefore keeping this security free for other uses (such as property).
Please go to our Contact Us page and get in touch with your nearest Centrepoint Finance Broker to discuss how we can tailor the ideal debtor finance package for your business.
*All applications are subject to the credit approval criteria being met.